Recovering from an alcohol and drug addiction alone is incredibly difficult, and while many will try to reach full recovery through self-medication, home detox or going ‘cold turkey’, it can not only be difficult but potentially dangerous.

However, here at Asana Lodge, we know that to get sober and stay that way, addiction treatment is a much more in-depth process that requires help and assistance.

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If you’re truly considering sobriety, it’s time to rethink your perception of addiction recovery. Through our drug and alcohol rehab in the Northampton area, we can guide you through addiction treatment.

All the while, we can also attend to the psychological side effects which often are a catalyst for alcohol and drug addiction all through a bespoke recovery programme.

Why you Should Avoid working Through Addiction Alone

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Have you ever attempted the recovery process alone? Sadly, this happens all too often and when it comes to drug and alcohol addiction, the repercussions can be serious.

While it isn’t always possible to gain treatment right away, there are always free services and helpful resources near you so you may never feel isolated. However, we would recommend taking the route of an in-patient Northampton residential rehab centre in order to give yourself the best shot at long term recovery.

Some of the most prominent withdrawal symptoms to be weary of when combating drug or alcohol addiction treatment can include, but are not limited to:

  • Anxiety
  • Irritability
  • Restlessness
  • Insomnia
  • Nightmares & sweating
  • Increased heart rate & blood pressure
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Achy or tense muscles
  • Hallucinations
  • Delirium
  • Increased sensitivity to the senses
  • Tremors
  • Seizures

These sorts of symptoms are the unfortunate reality for individuals attempting to combat addiction, and while these can become apparent in rehab, they’re better managed with professional assistance.

So, avoid the prospect of a failed attempt of working through addiction alone, visit a drug and alcohol rehab, Northampton.

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What is an Inpatient or Outpatient Treatment?

A rehab programme comes in two forms, so you’re clear on what these are, we have explained what these drug or alcohol services consist of.

Outpatient Programme Treatment Options

One common treatment option is outpatient treatment. This is essentially the action of going to get treatment at private rehabs or even a free rehab centre to receive either medication, therapy or anything other that is prescribed on your recovery programme.

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Inpatient Programme Treatment Options

If you want to get the most out of your treatment options, the best way to get back to optimal physical health is to choose inpatient treatment. This would include the addressing of destructive behaviour that is causing the addiction or alcohol misuse.

Similarly, whilst private rehabs are often considered as a bigger commitment, the improvement in mental health issues and the support networks that you can take advantage of are worth the commitment to rehab.

What to Look for when Finding A Drug And Alcohol Rehab, Northampton

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If you’re keen to recover, no matter what it takes, finding an alcohol and drug rehab in Northampton is straightforward with our help. Our rehab centre here at Asana Lodge is localised to Northampton, based in Towcester.

So, what facilities and treatments should you be looking for within your chosen residential rehab centre?

We offer a rehab facility to reside in and a comprehensive, yet personal, treatment programme to complete start to finish. In addition, there is around-the-clock guidance from medical professionals and addiction counsellors to ensure that you’re getting nothing but the best care from your stay.

One of the primary focuses within recovery from substance abuse is cognitive and psychological functioning when attempting long-term recovery.

Without addressing the mental side of the addiction and the behavioural addictions that may be present alongside, there’s great potential for future drug and alcohol relapses to occur which is exactly what you want to avoid.

You should also be looking for treatment plans that are in the correct environment. This is why drug and alcohol rehab near Northampton is the best option, like Asana Lodge.

Asana Lodge has a recovery programme that offers medical professionals, group therapy and addiction support groups among other facilities, but most importantly, it is a suitable amount of distance away from home.

Asana Lodge is just a 25 minute drive away from Northampton, making it a drug and alcohol rehab facility that would be the perfect for those who don’t want to venture too far from home, but still need to be taken out of the environment that once allowed the addiction to thrive.

How Long do Rehab Programmes Last?

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A drug and alcohol treatment is a personal experience, which means it isn’t realistic, especially without further information regarding a user’s addiction, to put a direct time frame on how long it will take to reach recovery.

However, there are some standardised rehab programmes that can give you a general ballpark of where you would start.

Typically, private rehab facilities offer a 28-day treatment plan, but again, depending on the severity of the addiction, rehab services might be longer than this.

Our Drug & Alcohol Treatment Services here At Asana Lodge

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At Asana Lodge, our alcohol or drug use rehab combines traditional and holistic treatment options.

To fulfil this, we first evaluate your drug and alcohol addiction severity and this will help you and us to understand if you need inpatient treatment or outpatient treatment.

We get to know you more by analysing factors including biological, social, spiritual and psychological impacts.

We consider all of these during the substance abuse treatment programme due to the understanding of addiction needing holistic therapies to hit the addiction from every angle.

Over time, the brain becomes accustomed to relying upon drugs and alcohol for normal function.

The said ‘function’ is in terms of generating necessary chemicals in the brain which have been subsidised by addictive behaviour. Once this activity turns into a habit, and a routine, psychological intervention is a must, the services that could help address this include, but are not limited to:

All of these talking therapies and rehab options put you on the road to full recovery, thus, bypassing and overlooking the psychological influence of drug and alcohol abuse is dangerous and ineffective.

This level of care is only what alcohol and drug rehab can provide, and it’s incredibly difficult to achieve from home, without professional addiction specialists.

Throughout your time at Asana Lodge, you will receive all the addiction support you need to achieve long-term sobriety from your alcohol addiction or drug rehab.

What is the Private Rehab Cost in Northampton?

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It is no secret that private rehab comes at a cost.

The facilities within Asana Lodge rehab are of the highest quality, whether it is recovering alcoholics that need assistance on staying on the right path, a dual diagnosis, support groups or medical detox assistance, there are copious branches of rehab that make up the price.

The professionals that care for inpatients’ mental health and addictions are qualified and have been hired due to their competence within the role of drug and alcohol rehab.

That being said, the rehab cost for a week starts at around £4000, while you can stay longer, the price will of course increase as the length of the stay increases.

Embrace Our Tranquil Treatment Centre Environment

Alongside our effective approach to addiction treatment, we offer a tranquil and recovery fuelled environment.

When attempting to recover while surrounded by familiar influences or routines, addiction recovery can be disrupted. Greater challenges will be faced when attempting to recover from home or through initial outpatient treatment.

Yet, through a rehab facility which offers you everything you need to recover, you can receive a homely package. This package gives you the headspace, concentration and time to focus on your recovery programme.

Benefit from embracing our rehab facility here at Asana Lodge. Although different from other treatment centres, through experience, our approach offers invaluable rehab journeys.

Take the first step to sobriety with private rehab that is going to truly make a difference to your future, Asana Lodge.

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Our admissions team can give you expert help and advice on the best options available for Alcohol Rehab, get in touch today to find out more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How beneficial is residential rehab?

Residential rehab can benefit you in a multitude of ways. Obviously, our drug and alcohol rehabilitation plans are perfect for getting you clean and sober, but we also want to make sure that you are ready to get the most out of life once you are sober. We encourage our patients to engage with many different types of activities while they are staying at our drug and alcohol treatment centre as finding alternative outlets for your internalised emotions will contribute towards a relapse prevention plan in the long term.

What happens after rehab?

After leaving rehab you will have access to our aftercare package, focused on relapse prevention. Many people leaving rehab continue to attend support meetings and stay connected with former addicts to increase the chances of long-term recovery. Hopefully, during your time with us you will have learnt techniques and tips to help you deal with triggers and urges. The hope is that whatever happens after rehab, it’s better than what came before.

How do you convince someone to go to rehab?

There is no set path to getting someone the help they need. You don’t know how people will react and it can turn into a very stressful situation. Getting educated about addiction as a disease, researching possible rehab options and looking for professional help are good ways to approach the topic. Having answers for possible reservations and being supported by a professional may put the person you are trying to convince more at ease and more amenable to the idea. The best thing you can do is to be understanding and avoid negativity.